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There is no possibility to round a parameter that is used in a variable in a symbol.
It would be beneficial to have a possibility to display a rounded parameter without using the brackets [.2] or the workaround with a seperate relation to calculate a rounded version of the parameter.
How do you propose that a number be declared to be .xx decimal places?
Suggestions work better when a solution is proposed with the request, rather than just saying you want something changed with no validation by reason or solution.
The [.X] works great as it allows you to designate the decimal places at the where used point and still maintain fill floating precision value in the database.
I'm not pretty sure about how this can be solved.
Using the [.x] is fine for me, when I use the parameter in notes.
But when you want to use the parameter as a value in a symbol variable, then you can't use the [.x]. That's what we need the round of the parameter for. Maybe a general DTL option for rounding parameters in symbols would be a possible solution.
I voted for this change based on your explanation of a variable in a symbol.
Please vote up your own idea.
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